posted on Nov, 24 2011 @ 02:43 AM
Those people in Egypt and across North Africa and the Middle East have my total respect. These people, unlike the weak pathetic moany bunch of spoilt
fools we have protesting in the Western world, are a typical example of what happens when the workers can no longer work, can no longer feed their
families and no longer have something to lose. They know the deal, they know that facing down the Police/Military in their respective country is
literally a battle for your life, but they do it, regroup and do it again and again until they get what they want.
What will happen in Egypt may never happen in the Western world at least in the immediate future, because for all the OWS and the rest of that
pointless waste of space, unless people rally to the call of the working men and women but also, the working men and women become so smashed that it
is absolutely no point in working, then no revolution will happen. The powers of the West know well that these OWS protests are weak and nothing, but
the workers they fear, which is why they will do all they can to always make sure that the majority do have something to work for because if they
don't, Egypt will be a familair scene outside all of our front doors.
Nobody can compare Egypt to America, to Europe or to anywhere other than those places devoid of welfare and devoid of paying work, even if that pay is
simply food and shelter. These people look at our lives and say they want that, they want what we have, when we look at our lives and want more,
forgetting that these people would die and are dying to simply have a fraction of what we have here in the West.
I know it's all relative but it makes you think. Nobody lives in a democracy anymore, but whenever things are bad, people should take note of how bad
things can get.
These people are heros in my eyes, they know the likelyhood of getting hurt, possibly fatally are high, but they will keep fighting regardless. Those
of you who bi*ch about Police brutality in the West should take note, shut your bi*ching, and prepare properly when you go to protest! Not moan about
what scratches and soar eyes you got, but regroup and restrategise if necessary. War is not won by bi*ching about your enemy like a loser, it is won
by never stopping and never giving up.
I wish the Eyptian people the best of luck and as much as I hope they show the world what will happen if you never stop and never submit, I'm afraid
their situation is what will be needed in the West for anything to ever change here! As much as that could be a good thing, I sure hope every single
one of you are truly prepared for what kind of life that is, only those of you who have experienced first hand what conflict in these countries is
like have an idea of what it could be like here.